Saturday, June 23, 2012

Reviewed: Deliver the Moon by Rebecca J. Clark...

Once upon a time, he promised her the moon. It's time to deliver. 
Louisa D’Angelo used to believe in happily ever after—until the tragic death of her son and the demise of her marriage. Now, five years later, with her life back in order, she has a great career and a wonderful man in her life. So what if the passion and excitement isn't there? In her book, passion and excitement only lead to heartbreak. Then, her ex-husband shows up and upsets her tidy little world.
Gabe D’Angelo never believed in happily ever after—until he met Louisa who taught him how to love and be loved. But their happiness was short-lived. Guilt and grief forced Gabe to walk away. Now, though he's pulled his life together and should be happy, he realizes something’s missing. After seeing her from afar at a family wedding, he knows what it is. It’s Louisa. 
The problem is convincing her she's still in love with him.

Rebecca J. Clark is a new author for me and Deliver the Moon is the first book that I have read of hers and after reading only the first couple of pages, I knew it wouldn't be my last. 

I enjoyed this book so much. I fell in love with Louisa and Gabe as they struggled to recapture their love for one another. They had to overcome the tragedy of losing their son, Gabe walking away when Louisa needed him the most and Louisa's parents dislike for Gabe.  I was rooting for their HEA right from the beginning and I thought Rebecca did a great job sharing their journey towards a much deserved second chance. The epilogue was so sweet--I would have loved if Rebecca would have wrote it a few years out but it was still a great epilogue.  I also loved the story between Sarah and Arty and Louisa's grandmom was so cute -- all three of these characters just added to the story. 

I will definitely be looking for more from Rebecca J. Clark. 4 out of 5 rating. 

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